Photo Marketing

On June 28, 2012, Posted by , In Advertising,Brands,Innovation,Web, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Every day more and more you can notice small changes across the web. There’s no doubt exponential growth is here to stay and well… grow! It’s been a long time since Kotler’s 4 Ps are no longer the magic formula for marketers. Outbound marketing has been long dead. Instead, consumers…

Facebook’s App Center, Switzerland of Apps?

On May 14, 2012, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Innovation,Social Networks,Web, tagged in ,,,,, , With No Comments

Facebook’s user volume presents so much opportunities, that a lot of them, perhaps even the Facebook staff or Zuckerberg himself haven’t discovered yet. One of these opportunities was app development and support. It has been done for quite some time now. However, Facebook had much more potential than that. It…

What 1 Billion Represents for Instagram & Facebook

The number “One Billion” means two key things for both Instagram and Facebook. We’ve all seen how in the past days, a company that had no defined Business Model went from zero to a $1 Billion USD worth in under 18 months. This past sentence rises several questions, so let’s…

A little thing called Branch Out

On March 12, 2012, Posted by , In Innovation,Social Networks,Web, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

A great number of people have (rightfully) said (in my opinion) that personal Facebook profiles should not be used for professional purposes. That’s why so many people have leveraged Linked in for their working lives. Both social networks are widely known, and have very different sets of tools that will…

Remember Remember the 5th of November

On November 5, 2011, Posted by , In Icons,Social Networks, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Who would have thought a movie would have such influence in the mindset of millions of people? Truth be told, there have been a number of films that despite their fictional nature, have changed the course of history; Space Odisey 2001, and now it seems it still is the era…

How do you Make the Leader follow You?

On September 15, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Social Networks, tagged in ,,, , With 1 Comment

It’s been a while since I’ve written about the big elephant in Tech World: Google + vs Facebook. In fact, it’s been a while since I’ve written an entry on this blog for that matter. But over the course of the last article, what have we learned as social networkers?…

The Web Writes History in a Different Way

On August 1, 2011, Posted by , In Events,Innovation,Social Networks,Web, tagged in ,,,, , With No Comments

History has always been a compilation from people’s memories, a few portraits, photographs, diaries and mostly delicate artifacts that have been left behind after people pass away. We can only gather what little clues we get and build a story from it. Even when there were writers and historians recording…

Facebook vs Google + Becomes the New Mac vs PC

On July 29, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Social Networks, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Article first published as Facebook vs Google + Becomes the New Mac vs PC on Technorati. Remember the video clips featuring two actors representing Mac and PC? It was a great representation of what still goes on between both brands. Although the videos were made to promote Mac over PC, they still…

Broadcast Interrupted

On July 9, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Domain Values,Innovation,Tech,Web, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Article first published as Broadcast Interrupted on Technorati. With so many partnerships and technological tweaking between social networks, apps and plug-ins it’s hard to keep track of how many real input you have as a company. It happens more often than not with big companies. Google just recently had to stop real…

Hangouts vs Fb+Skype

It was only a matter of [little] time before Facebook countered Google +. Thus far, the most appealing feature of Google + is Google Hangouts. A feature in which you turn on your webcam and the people in your circles can have a live, visual chat with you. In this…